A community of communities
From DeFi traders to DAO contributors, from software developers to realtors, Opolis serves as a public utility platform for independent workers of all stripes and types and spans countless roles and industries. Opolis currently has approximately $50M in annualized payroll volume aggregated from Web2 and Web3 workers. While the platform was originally conceived for the crypto market and utilizes many Web3 primitives under the hood, such as smart contracts, Ethereum-based rewards tokens, and community governance, its flexibility and modularity make it easy to use for less crypto-savvy members. For crypto natives, it offers features like multi-chain payroll, paycheck consolidation and gas-free conversion of multiple crypto payment streams. Regardless of occupation, all members can benefit from obtaining proof of income through personalized payroll, which is critical for common financial transactions, such as renting an apartment or buying a house. Furthermore, independent workers can protect themselves and their families with high-quality health benefits, often at a 20-50% discount to comparable contracts due to increased purchasing power as a community. At the same time, Opolis’ economic model allows for members to work together toward common goals – collective ownership, profit sharing and governance.
Based on an aligned community and a cockpit for managing one’s self-employment, an aggregator for employment tech solutions as well as a collective with increased bargaining power as a sort of web3-native labor union can emerge in order to expand.